A full program of video art and music by a worldwide selection of composers and artists will be presented with live sound diffusion through a multichannel speaker system. The concert features "Curvatures" by Tom Lopez, written for amplified string quartet and performed by Trevor Ostenson and Ian Nicklin, violin; Jared Wiley, viola; and new MSU cello professor Sarah Biber. The program will also include "Playground," a new video piece by University of Montana professor Charles Nichols.
The concert is sponsored by the MSU Music Technology program, home of the bachelor of arts degree in music technology.
More information is available at http://www.montana.edu/musictech, or by contacting Kristi McGarity at 994-5762.
Kristi McGarity, 994-5762, email@example.com